Kitchenalia

Author: Alan Snow
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1681883791
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Kitchenalia is the definitive guide to how everything works in the kitchen. Through 2,000 illustrations, award-winning illustrator Alan Snow provides readers with clear explanations and instructions on all cooking equipment, tools, and techniques, from ovens, blenders and coffee machines to specialist chef's equipment. Kitchenalia is designed to quickly answer organization of the kitchen and the usage of its equipment, and will become your go-to resource for kitchen questions! Table of Contents: Tools Cooking Drinks Kitchens

Vintage Kitchenalia

Author: Emma Kay
Editor: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 144565752X
Size: 18,49 MB
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Discover Britain's culinary history through the kitchenware that created it

Kitchenalia

Author: Ken Arnold
Editor:
ISBN: 9781875342785
Size: 12,72 MB
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A wonderful resource book for recognising and collecting Kitchenalia. The author shares a wealth of his knowledge in a short history of old kitchen items. The book is not only packed with photos and descriptions but gives the approximate valuations and an insight into how our forebears lived by looking at the kitchen of the time.

Kitchenalia

Author: Vinny Lee
Editor: Jacqui Small LLP
ISBN: 9781909342491
Size: 15,89 MB
Format: PDF
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Kitchenalia is an inspiring guide to putting together a unique and creative kitchen using reclaimed and reinvented surfaces, furniture, objects and equipment. Period pieces, whether farmhouse furniture, salvaged surfaces, vintage textiles or retro cooking utensils and gadgets, are the antithesis of the mass-produced modern alternatives and have a timeless integrity. Sourcing such items from flea markets and antiques fairs is a unique and rewarding way to kit out a kitchen. This book presents all the elements you would want, and shows how to put it together in different interpretations of the look, from country to utilitarian, classic white to retro.

Snow S Kitchenalia

Author: Alan Snow
Editor: Pavilion
ISBN: 9781911216735
Size: 12,90 MB
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Although today’s kitchens are crammed full of ‘useful’ appliances, few people seem to know how to operate them in even the most basic way, let alone make the most of them. Award-winning illustrator Alan Snow has set out to change matters, with this striking diagrammatic guide. Designed to free us up from the shackles of recipe books, Snow’s fascinating visual miscellany shows readers the ins, outs, hows and whys of all manner of cooking equipment, tools and techniques, from ovens, blenders and coffee machines, to more sophisticated chefs’ equipment and everything in between. Arranged into four practical sections: Tools, Cooking, Drinks and Kitchens, each section is accompanied by an insightful commentary that offers clear explanations and instructions. As well as absorbing historical and scientific details the book is brimming with charming diagrams and sequences. Once you’ve grown familiar with each appliance, you’ll find good reason to put your newly acquired knowledge to the test, with recipes as you’ve never seen them before. The perfect gift for every keen cook, whether amateur, enthusiast or professional, this unique book is at once a visual celebration of the kitchen and a fascinating exploration of culinary science and technique.

Dining With The Georgians

Author: Emma Kay
Editor: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445636565
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A cup of coffee and a slice of cake, a glossy book in hand to cook for friends, Sunday lunch with the family at the local pub most of us take these simple everyday pleasures for granted. But how did we learn to cook and what inspired us to get better at it? Today's food-obsessed culture has its roots in the Georgian period. Kay explores how, as a consequence of wider trade and travel, people living in Georgian Britain witnessed the emergence of new and exotic ingredients. They learnt about new styles of cooking and the types of apparatus needed to achieve these. Chefs were recruited from overseas to work in Britain's stately homes, taverns and inns. The number of men and women employed as pastry chefs and confectioners increased by almost 20,000 from the end of the Georgian to the middle of the Victorian period. The market for recipe books was prolific during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. This was also a time of great invention and the beginning of mass consumerism. The first washing machine was developed, early refrigeration was refined, tin canning emerged and the first gas stove was patented long before Queen Victoria ascended the throne. Discover the real histories of our domestic and commercial kitchens, how Britain fell in love with food and how progress and invention in the culinary arts is largely attributed to the Georgians.

The Orchard On Fire

Author: Shena Mackay
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349007225
Size: 17,23 MB
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'What made the orchard miraculous was an abandoned railway carriage, set down as if by magic, its wheels gone, anchored by long grass and nettles. Ruby and I stared at it and each other . . . dark-windowed, out of place in a thicket of thorns, it was the perfect hide-out, house, the camp of our dreams' When April's parents move from London to rural Kent she makes her first best friend. With flame-haired, fearless Ruby, April shares secrets, dares and laughter. But Ruby has secrets of her own -bruises that she hides. Also seeking April's friendship is old Mr Greenidge, immaculate in his linen suit, with eyes like blue glass. He follows her around the village with his beguiling dachshund, and wants to learn everything about her.

Guide To The Antique Shops Of Britain

Author: Antique Collectors' Club
Editor: Antique Collectors Club
ISBN: 9781851494330
Size: 19,53 MB
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Antiques Source Book

Author: Martin Miller
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 13,86 MB
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Collectibles Price Guide 2004

Author: Judith Miller
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780789496577
Size: 18,97 MB
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Provides up-to-date values for a wide range of collectibles from Barbie dolls to textiles, and features more than five thousand color photographs for easy identification.